ANIMALS
Each answer contains an animal
1. What is the nickname of the Argentinian national rugby union team.
 Pumas
2. Common name used to describe British police cars
 Panda cars. (Note: British police cars have never been black & white, they have always been brightly coloured. The term is believed to date from black & white TV programmes ie Z Cars).
3. Which children's TV programme, first broadcast in 1989 followed the exploits of handyman Simon and his puppet companion, a badly-behaved creature with a passion for mashed potato.
 Bodger & Badger
4. What is the name of the light controlled pedestrian crossing that enables cyclists to cross without having to get off their bikes (whereas normally they should dismount). These crossings have a green & red bike light alongside the red & green man lights.
 Toucan crossing. (Note: ZEBRA is common, PELICAN is controlled by a set of traffic lights, with a button & a green man, PUFFIN have sensors on top of the lights and in the pavement so they know when a person has finished crossing).
5. What was the name of the 1986 no1 by Spitting Image
 The Chicken song
6. In Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book, Kaa was a python, Bagheera a black panther, and Raksha a mother wolf. Which animal was Hathi.
 Elephant. (Colonel Hathi, the elephant march).
7. Name the NFL (American football) team based in Miami.
 Miami Dolphins
8. What can be defined as "moving 550 pounds a distance of one foot in one second"
 One Horsepower
9. In 1892, Tchaikovsky wrote the ballet The Nutcracker, basing it on Hoffman's story "The Nutcracker and the xxxx xxxx"
 Mouse King
10. Name the scaleless, jawless fish, often incorrectly believed to be an eel, that can be carnivorous & found locked on to other fish & feeding on it's blood.
 Lamprey